Events

Past Event

Matteo Farinella - Visualizing Science: Create Visuals That Have Impact

March 2, 2020
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Jerome L. Greene Science Center, 3227 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 (Room L8.084)

Join Columbia University's Office of Communications and Public Affairs for a workshop about ideas, opportunities, benefits, and techniques for creating visuals that have an impact. Open to Columbia faculty, graduate students, postdocs, and WeConnect communicators. Professor Brent Stockwell and Columbia Art Director Nicoletta Barolini will be joined by colleagues from Scientific American for three presentations: Using Science Visualization to Drive Discovery and Dissemination, Drawing the Story of Neuroscience, Science Graphics: What, Why, When and How.

Speakers:

Brent Stockwell
Professor of Biological Sciences and of Chemistry, Columbia University

Nicoletta Barolini
Art Director, Office of Communications and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Matteo Farinella
Scientific Multimedia Producer, Zuckerman Institute, Columbia University

Jennifer Christiansen
Senior Graphics Editor, Scientific American Magazine

Amanda MontaƱez
Associate Graphics Editor, Scientific American Magazine

Moderator:

Michael Mrak
Creative Director, Scientific American Magazine

Event contact:

Robert Hornsby
r.hornsby@columbia.edu